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Greater Boston arts
Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: DCA collecting area. Do not use as an approved LC subject; see Art -- Massachusetts -- Boston for this purpose.
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: UA133.014
Scope and Contents: This series records include administrative, certification and accreditation, development, exhibition, facilities, financial, and education records including minutes; reports; correspondence; committee records; course catalogs; self-studies; clippings; photos, slides, and audiovisual materials recording exhibits and student and faculty work; building plans and architectural records; scrapbooks; and some art supplies. Materials date from 1875 to 2016. Administrative records from...
Dates: 1875 -- 2016
Call Number: MS090
Scope and Contents: This collection contains the correspondence and published works of Arthur W. Row; prepublication material including annotated drafts; and theater-related books, photographs, ephemera and objects he collected. Ephemera include theater programs, scrapbooks, and clippings. Objects include stage costumes and jewelry.
Dates: 1864 -- 1938
Call Number: MS133
Scope and Contents: This collection contains original musical compositions, concert programs, correspondence and manuscripts of the Korean-American composer and musicologist, Donald Sur.
Dates: bulk 1970 -- 1999, 1965 -- 1999
Call Number: MS079
Scope and Contents: This collection contains Doris Holmes Eyges' daily journals in a series of bound volumes, from 1957 until 2000. Doris Holmes Eyges was a poet and taught courses at Tufts University and Wellesley College. She was married to the poet John Holmes until his death in 1962. She married Leonard Eyges in 1969.
Dates: 1957 -- 2000
Call Number: MS173
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of materials related to the history of theater collected by Earl Stanley Stewart and his father, Charles H. Stewart. There is a particular emphasis on the theater scene in the greater Boston area in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Dates: bulk 1890 -- 1970, 1880 -- 1995
Call Number: MS064
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of the personal and professional papers of Elizabeth Ahn Toupin, former Jackson College Director of Student Affairs and Assistant Dean and Tufts Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education. It contains biographical information, material related to Toupin’s professional activities, correspondence, photographs, cookbooks and other publications, speeches, an oral history, and unpublished manuscripts, including the incomplete memoirs of her years at Tufts. It also contains...
Dates: 1935 -- 2013
Call Number: MS089
Scope and Contents: The collection contains mostly programs and published and unpublished playscripts from amateur productions that Fowle was involved with in the greater Boston area. It also includes a series of scrapbooks from productions in the Boston area from 1883-1930.
Dates: 1852 -- 1980
Call Number: MS003
Scope and Contents: The collection is composed of photographs, scrapbooks, cartes de visite, and cabinet card photo album depicting various theater and musical personalities primarily from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Also included are photographs, prints, and clippings of various political, military, and judicial figures, from the 1800s to the 1980s. There are an estimated 10,000 images. The primary focus of the collection is people involved in music, theater, opera, and government.Porter...
Dates: bulk 1890 -- 1950, 1722 -- 1999
Call Number: MS007
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of typescript and handwritten manuscripts of poems and other writings, correspondence, notebooks, scrapbooks compiled by Holmes, family materials, and book and manuscript materials pertaining to Robert Frost, collected by Holmes. The bulk of the material dates from the period 1930-1960, when Holmes was most active in his writing career, and consists of manuscripts of poems, including many in multiple revisions. Correspondents include Robert Frost, Archibald...
Dates: bulk 1930 -- 1960, 1813 -- 1998
Call Number: MS124
Scope and Contents: This collection contains oral history tapes and transcripts from David Guss's Lost Theatres of Somerville project, documenting the history of movie theaters in Somerville, MA, as well as oversize maps, and CDs, floppy disks, mini-tapes, and DAT tapes. The collection is based on a year-long exhibition curated by David Guss, a Professor of Anthropology at Tufts University, and hosted by the Somerville Museum from March 2003-April 2004 entitled "Lost Theatres of Somerville." This collection, like...
Dates: 2002 -- 2003